New York Times Op Docs
Short film about the East End's last tropical fish shop
Channel 4 Random Acts / Little Dot Studios
A short film based on the experience of A.B, who has species dysphoria; the feeling that your body is of the wrong species.
ARRI Amira / Sheffield Doc Fest competition / Aeon Videos
"a beguiling look at a uniquely human condition: envy of flying."
New York Times Op Docs / Just So Films / Aeon Video
An old Seafaring joke goes something like this: “I travel the world… but it all looks like my gangway”. In Felixstowe, England, visiting seafarers venture off their ships...
NFTS / Nowness / Vimeo Staff Picks
The rock of Gibraltar is shared between two primate species: people and monkeys, & there are tensions between the two...
On the periphery of Heathrow airport, three peoples' homes hang in the balance.
Short film based on a poem. Felixstowe is the UK's busiest container port, but what do locals know of what the ships are carrying?
Network for Social Change
When a 17 year old from Tunisia disappears after leaving his home country for Europe, his mother traces his steps.
A dance-documentary film with Encore East performance group at Dance East, Ipswich, choreographed by Christopher Owen. Made just before Covid 19, the film explores connection and touch.
Pete the temp
Clown impersonation election campaign video featuring our esteemed prime minister Boris Johnson (aka Pete the Temp)
Holding Power to Account
The Economist Foundation
An educational film for ages 11-13 about the UK parliamentary system, presented by Jonelle Awomoyi, and shot in Croydon.
Screen Dance about female friendship, choreographed by Mary Davies, performed by Alexandra Carter & Donna Brenchley.
Produced by Catsnake for Compassion in World Farming
Fish are intelligent, sensitive creatures and like many other animals, they explore, travel, socialise, hunt and play.
12 x 3 minute films
Design Map / Kent Mining Museum / Glow Films
Exhibition films for the Kent Mining Museum painting a picture of every day life in the Kent coal mining communities.
Established & Sons
Documenting artist Richard Woods and his collaboration with Sebastian Wrong for a film for Established & Sons, exhibited at the London Design Festival.
Barbican Centre & The Trampery
Profiling the five emerging artists taking part in the programme 'Alt Barbican'.
Behind the scenes of Sally Potter's film The Party.
Co-directed with Anna Snowball. In Felixstowe, a seaside town in England, watching container ships is a tradition, and a time for taking stock of life.
Co-directed with Grace Harper. Behind the scenes of the world's first interactive feature film.
Channel 4 News
Short film co-directed with Anna Snowball about Brexit opinions in the small Wiltshire village of Broad Chalke.
Channel 4 News
Sui Ling Tang pioneers the right for the learning disabled to be in loving relationships.
Channel 4 News
Meet the people for whom name calling and stares is part of their every day lives.